Nothing more to be done
Since today is Holy Saturday, the day Jesus' body lay in the tomb, the devotion is based on Paul's words to the people in Cornith. 1 Corinthians 15:3-4, For I (Paul) delivered to you as of the first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that He was buried."
The fact that Christ both died and was buried are cornerstones in the Christian faith. The Gospels support Jesus' burial with details and eyewitnesses. The disciples were at a loss. There was no light to pierce the darkness. It seemed like the enemy had won. There was nothing more to do than hide behind closed doors as far as they were concerned.
As the heavy stone was rolled across the tomb's opening, everything they had hoped for was sealed inside. Yet as we know, that tomb was the beginning of Jesus' victory. From that tomb, he rose in victory so that we can go directly into God the Father's arms. In Jesus' victory, every knee will bow before Christ.
Please pray with me, Lord Jesus; I am comforted knowing that in death you too lay in a tomb as I will someday. You rose from that tomb in victory, to never die again. In your victory over death I am assured and thus comforted knowing that the grave will not hold me when you come back to call the dead from their graves. I will live in victory with you for eternity. Amen.